magboluntaryoboluntaryo, buluntaryo, magprisinta, iprisinta, kusang magpatala, kusang-loob na magpatala, magkusang-loob na magpatala
Noun(1) (military(2) a person who performs voluntary work(3) a native or resident of Tennessee
Verb(1) tell voluntarily(2) agree freely(3) do volunteer work
Adjective(1) without payment
(1) Is it a conscript force, volunteer military, or blend?(2) By that, we say it refers to a situation where, because of a family connection, there is trust and where a family member is prepared to do something when there is nothing in it for him where he is in equity purely a volunteer .(3) Does a religious objection to duty amount to a belief, and does an unwillingness by a volunteer to respond to recall amount to a manifestation of that belief?(4) Employees who volunteer for the vaccination must be authorized by their employers.(5) The store's employees volunteer to teach Hunter Safety Education classes and provide safety training.(6) If you let the flowers go to seed, you will have volunteer plants next spring.(7) This explains the seeming paradox of why we have a lower acceptance of combat casualties with a volunteer military than we had with a draft Army.(8) it never paid to volunteer information(9) There is a great sense of achievement to be had from being involved in the event and that is why so many people continue to volunteer their help.(10) Many made no attempt to hide their Jewish background, and some attended the island government offices to volunteer information on their grandparents' ethnicity.(11) What about the problem of silence in order to allow the accused to volunteer information, which is a very common technique of interrogation?(12) If you're into community service, I am sure there are several service groups or community organizations to volunteer with.(13) She thanked everyone for their help during the year, particularly the dedicated ladies who volunteer their services on a weekly basis and keep all systems running smoothly.(14) We could do with ten people to volunteer a couple of hours of their time over the next fortnight.(15) Australia has a volunteer army reserve but no national service requirement.(16) Other reasons an employee may volunteer to work may include the desire for overtime hours or wanting to be home during the days after the storm when schools are closed and cleanup begins.
(1) volunteer :: boluntaryo
1. unpaid ::
hindi pa bayad
2. subject ::
3. participant ::
4. case ::
5. patient ::
7. offer ::
8. tender ::
9. proffer ::
10. put forward ::
ilagay sa harap
12. venture ::
Different Formsvolunteer, volunteered, volunteering, volunteerism, volunteers
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